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  • bough But this narrative stands out so far in the open, and lifts its head so high, that no other even touches a bough of it when overturned.
  • burgh I cannot dismiss the subject of Lochmaben, without noticing an extraordinary and anomalous class of landed proprietors, who dwell in the neighbourhood of that burgh.
  • cough Mr. Claybourne seemed to be waiting, for I heard him cough.
  • dough I've been pummelling dough every day at five in the morning for the last six weeks, and still not a single roll has turned out decently.
  • far They are not far."
  • fee The men have lines of their own, and the skipper always gets a fee.
  • few Let it stew gently a few minutes, and serve it up.
  • fey His daughter was delighted at the change in his spirits, but the old Scotch nurse, who had been in the house since Madge was a baby, shook her head- "He's fey," she said gravely.
  • fir The air is so clear that you see plainly the colors of the bare red rocks, and the heavy dark, fir-timber clothing their rugged sides.
  • foe For thy foe a sword?
  • fur History of the American Fur Trade of the Far West.
  • gaff "I shouldn't have persuaded those two ladies to come to the theatre; I forgot what kind of thing we played in; I might as well have asked them to go to a penny gaff.
  • gaffe Chiltern came in through the gaffe, and looked at her.
  • ghee We have ghee"-a clarified butter made of buffalo or cow's milk-"and goor"-unrefined sugar.
  • ghq
  • ghz
  • gofer
  • guff
  • hf
  • high
  • laugh
  • leigh
  • lough
  • neigh If any footstep was heard in the courtyard, she began to neigh, and was always looking round as the door opened.
  • nigh
  • phage
  • phi
  • rough
  • shah Story of Aylan Shah and Abu Tammam i.
  • sigh
  • sough
  • thigh
  • though
  • tough
  • uhf
  • waugh De waugh done done!
  • weigh
  • Fay
  • Fer There ain't no medicine I know for the appetite Like a summer mornin', waitin' fer a bite.
  • Fie
  • Goff
  • Ugh
  • pH
  • FAA
  • Pugh "Up to the bridge, Macready, and tell Pugh for me not to be in such a damned hurry-running away from a stricken town.
  • Hugh
  • FOO
  • F
  • FF 2, 1, 490 ff, 529 ff.
  • HUH
  • FWY
  • Keogh They met the old Fort Keogh trail where it crossed the river by the ruins of the stage station, and for three or four miles followed its deep ruts westward, then turned south again.
  • Phish
  • phew The buffel was up-phew-and then, with a savage roar, his eyes gleaming like a tiger's, he jest leapt at the big red body standing there so proud, and the next moment-'twas done so quick- I saw the blood running from his side.
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